Rotaractors in Guelph spread awareness of World Polio Day!

In honor of WORLD POLIO DAY the Rotaract Club of Guelph painted "Old Jeremiah" purple with gold wheels on campus to highlight the world's progress to eradicate polio. Around the globe, clubs find ways of promoting Rotary's remarkable End Polio campaign.
The cannon is a British naval gun , rumoured to have been used in the War of 1812, and it stands in Branion Plaza across from University of Guelph University Centre. 
It is a long-standing Guelph tradition for students to paint the cannon with messages in order to promote events and organizations. Our hope with painting the cannon this world polio day we were able to bring attention to one of Rotary’s biggest causes, as well as promote our own club meetings to try and recruit more members.